Councilman Ed Ford, chairman of the Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee, said he wants to make sure Kansas City can mount an effective legal argument and prevail in court against the state of Missouri before voting on a rule requiring a “living wage” in the city.
Councilman Ed Ford, chairman of the Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee, said he wants to make sure Kansas City can mount an effective legal argument and prevail in court against the state of Missouri before voting on a rule requiring a “living wage” in the city. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Councilman Ed Ford, chairman of the Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee, said he wants to make sure Kansas City can mount an effective legal argument and prevail in court against the state of Missouri before voting on a rule requiring a “living wage” in the city. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

‘Living wage’ issue sparks an impassioned debate at KC’s City Hall

April 01, 2015 04:39 PM

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